Chris Finch warns Wolves
At the end of Game 6 against Wolves, Chris Finch had already noted the areas of progress for his young squad, which had a great season (46 wins – 36 losses), with therefore a 7th place in the West and a first round of playoffs.
“We are nothing if we are not constant”he explained. “They are a very, very good team at all levels. They don’t scuttle each other. This is not our case yet. »
The coach is counting on his « Big Three » (Karl-Anthony Towns, D’Angelo Russell, Anthony Edwards) to erase his mistakes, especially in the decisive moments, following this first postseason experience.
“The Clippers will be healthy. Who knows what the Lakers will do? Denver should be healthier. So there are definitely teams that will pick themselves up.”
“It gives us the foundation to keep moving forward. We know what this experience can bring us before the off-season. What we need to improve, our habits with our workforce. All. I hope we are a little angry and a little disappointed. I hope it will feed us. That alone should be positive. »
Especially since during his end-of-season interview, he recalled that Minnesota certainly could not rest on its laurels, especially since the West is likely to be much more competitive next year.
“The Clippers will be healthy. Who knows what the Lakers will do? Denver should be healthier. So there are certainly teams that will pick themselves up, ”explained Chris Finch to the press. « There are also some teams that are going to miss it, and we can’t be one of them. »
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